Recent from Alumni Lives
Recent from Happenings
Recent from Passages
We’re proud of you! Share your professional achievements, personal accomplishments and life milestones with us so we can share them with your fellow Blue Jays. Submit your update: www.etownalumni.com or email@example.com.[/box]
Dr. Joseph Yarworth, associate professor of education at Albright College, earned the Helen Oakes Award for Citizen Service to Education from Temple University in May for his nearly five decades in the field. He resides in Reading.
Lori B. Donofrio-Galley is executive director of Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce in Kutztown.
Christopher Cavanaugh was named Freeman & Co.’ chief marketing officer. As CMO, Chris will be responsible for driving Freeman’s global brand marketing and communications strategy. As a member of the Freeman executive committee, he will work closely with the divisional presidents and functional leaders across the enterprise.
Ellen L. Kleinstuber was re-appointed to the board of directors of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries to serve as the vice president of continuing education. She is a principal and consulting actuary with The Savitz Organization, Philadelphia.
Anne (Goldstein) Saylor earned her master’s degree of adult education from The Pennsylvania State University. She also had her work on faculty development needs for distance education published in the book Identification, Evaluation, and Perceptions of Distance
Wesley R. Bricker was appointed by The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as a deputy chief accountant; he will oversee the accounting group in the agency’s Office of the Chief Accountant.
Rebecca (Woll) Walck has joined the accounting firm Simon Lever as a manager.
Eric J. Boyle was presented with the Lehigh Valley Business “40 Under 40” award. He also earned the “Future Leader of the Lehigh Valley” award from the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife Cheryl (Springer) Boyle ’04 own Crest Financial Group in Allentown, a wealth management company.
Captain Matthew L. Simon was selected to serve as an instructor of military science at the United States Military Academy-West Point, New York. He and his wife, Ashley (Havran) Simon ’05, and their two children have just moved.
Michael Dibartolomeo was named assistant director of Human Resources at the Wildwood Convention Center. He also opened a nail salon in Wildwood, N.J., in August.
Katherine Hauser was named program director at Cuyahoga Falls Community TimeBank. TimeBanking is an economic system in which time credits are earned for one hour of work.
Stacey Lehman earned a doctoral degree in cell and molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Kenny Maryott visited the White House on April 13, 2015, as part of a news crew from WGAL-TV News 8 to cover the unveiling of President Obama’s middle-class economics plan. The WGAL news team was one of five regional crews in the United States provided with the opportunity to cover this event.
Kurt Amen, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) educator at Commonwealth Connections Academy, was awarded the Pennsylvania Families for Public Cyber School’s Teacher of the Year.
Sean Tyrie ’10 (See 2011)
Leah Shenk ’10 (See 2011)
Brad Eargle is now the band and chorus director at Juniata High School in Mifflintown.
April Tuggle earned her master’s degree in human resources development this past May.
Blair Williams earned his master’s degree in information science and a master’s degree in public history in 2014.
Niko Antonellos was mentioned on the front page of the Trenton Times for his organization Sidekicks, which provides high quality respite care experience to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Jordyn Howe was named director of alumni relations at Mansfield University. Howe previously served as associate director of annual giving in the Office of College Advancement at Keuka College and as annual fund assistant at Elmira College.
Julia Carboni received the U.S. Department of Education’s Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowship to cover tuition of a master’s program in intercultural communication at the University of Pennsylvania. During her master’s studies Julia will also be working for Penn Abroad as a special events coordinator.